Satellite operators must balance the legal obligations of safety services against the commercial economics of L-band. Small GEOs are a novel solution to increase service resiliency in a low-growth market opportunity.
but arguably a much more realistic and potentially lucrative opportunity is heavy equipment – machines used in the agriculture and construction industry. What is the opportunity here and how can other satellite operators enter this market?
More importantly, as the march towards mandatory Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emission reporting continues across the world, how should space sector players consider their own roles or market opportunities?
Will Starlink experience the same success as O3b has, and more importantly, will mobility become the cornerstone of Starlink’s profitability strategy?
Recently, NASA announced the 24th signatory of the Artemis Accords, and opened a new office to review and direct exploration activities coordinated with the future of Artemis roadmap. This growing interest presents a one-of-a-kind business opportunity for commercial companies to offer their products as a service to governments and agencies, and sparked a new collaborative.